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12 Years of Internet in the Philippines

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: March 29, 2006

12 years of intenet in the Philippines and a lot has changed since then... Might first encounter with the internet was in my freshmen years in Ateneo. Students are issued their own university emails in the form of 950854@balut.admu.edu.ph. We use pine to access our emails and we were given computer cards worth around 50 hours of internet use in the Faura computer labs. Google wasn't born yet so I guess I was more familiar with the likes of Yahoo & MSN. Hence my oldest existing email was from Yahoo and I started to using emails to reach my high…

Why Dual-SIM phones aren’t picking up?

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: March 21, 2009

Someone asked me why I don't use dual-SIM phones instead of carrying 2 or 3 phones at a time. I said that if there were only high-end phones that support dual-SIM, I might consider using them. So the question popped up -- why aren't dual-SIM phones picking up? They've been here for years, even started with custom modules for Nokia 5110 and 6110 many years ago (the one that you turn off and on whenever you want to switch active SIM). Even today, there are very few manufacturers and even phone models that support dual-SIM. Of course, that does not…

SKK Meteor: dual-SIM, dual-core for Php1,999

Relevance: 99%      Posted on: September 3, 2014

SKK has introduced the Meteor - a 4.0-inch super-budget Android smartphone that features dual-SIM capabilities, dual-core CPU, and Android Jellybean for under Php2k. SKK Meteor specs: 4.0-inch display 1.2GHz dual-core CPU 256MB RAM 2GB internal storage up to 32GB via microSD Dual-SIM, Dual-Standby WiFi Bluetooth Android 4.2.2 Jellybean The SKK Meteor has a price tag of Php1,999 and is available in Black, White, Blue, and Violet. {source}

LG to release dual-SIM Optimus L7 II Dual

Relevance: 97%      Posted on: February 2, 2013

LG is reported to release a dual-SIM version of the one-year-old Optimus L7 and is to be called the LG Optimus L7 II Dual. The reports came from the Russian website - HiTech - and mentioned that the Optimus L7 II Dual will sport a 4.3-inch IPS display, a dual-core processor clocked at 1GHz, an 8 megapixel camera and a 2,460 mAh battery. It will run a skinned Android 4.1 Jellybean and will include features such as QuickMemo, QuickTranslator and QSlide. Based on the render, the L7 II Dual looks more curvy compared to the original Optimus L7 but will…

Seven Years of Social Networking

Relevance: 96%      Posted on: May 18, 2010

I still remember the day I opened an account on Friendster -- it was September 2003 and a friend created an account for me. I wasn't really into the idea but eventually got the hang of it. Seven years have passed and a lot has changed -- yet, the fundamentals of social networking remains the same. Friendster had about 5 years to its credit; MySpace took over for a couple more, then Facebook is now the reigning king of social networks. It might still be the "in thing" for a couple more years until a better and much fresher social…

7 years of the iPhone

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: September 12, 2014

Pre-orders for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus starts today, and like the iPhones before them, we expect these two to sell like hotcakes as well. Despite the criticism, we have to admit that the new iPhones are Apple's best yet and the new embodiment of the company's ethos of designing and making better products. And to celebrate Apple's years of ingenuity, we've prepared an infographic that showcases the iPhone's history. Click for larger image. Infographic by Carl Lamiel

Google calls out Apple: “We already did these 5 years ago”

Relevance: 93%      Posted on: June 26, 2014

During the recently-concluded I/O conference, Google somehow retaliated back at Apple after they insulted them earlier this month saying, “Android dominates the market in malware”. To which Google said that what they’re doing now isn't new at all and has already been done by Android years ago. In addition to what Apple fired against Google they also quoted an article that mentioned, “Android fragmentation is turning devices into toxic hellstew of vulnerabilities”. As a comeback, Google’s Sundar Pichai showed a slide that reports the progress of Android over time and said, “If you look at what other platforms are getting…

Thorsten Heins: Tablets will be dead in 5 years

Relevance: 93%      Posted on: May 1, 2013

During an interview at the Milken Institute, Blackberry CEO Thorsten Heins expressed his thoughts about how the mobile computing scene will be like in five-year’s time, and this is what he has to say, “In five years I don’t think there’ll be a reason to have a tablet anymore.” Now some of you may think that Mr. Heins just got up on the wrong side of the bed during the day of this interview, but those who are keeping tabs on BlackBerry would know that tablet isn’t exactly a part of the company’s pressing agenda. We really can’t blame him…

Acer outs dual-core and dual-SIM Liquid Z3

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: August 5, 2013

Following the release of the Liquid C1, E1, and the S1 during the first half of the year, Acer has announced its latest Android smartphone that packs a dual-core CPU with dual-SIM capabilities, the Liquid Z3. The Liquid Z3 is an affordable entry-level offering that features a 3.5-inch display, a 3 megapixel camera, 4GB of internal storage, WiFi, GPS, and dual-SIM capabilities with HSPA+ (up to 21 Mbps) data connection. Powering the device is a dual-core 1 GHz processor and Android 4.2 Jellybean. The Acer Liquid Z3 has an SRP of 99 Euros or almost Php6,000. It will be available…

.COM prices to rise 31% in the next 5 years

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: February 25, 2006

Bob Parsons , owner of domain registrar GoDaddy.com, blogged about an impending dot.com scam between ICANN and Verisign. VeriSign has somehow persuaded ICANN to propose a new contract where VeriSign will be the permanent and unregulated controller of the .COM registry. VeriSign would also get the right of presumptive renewal. This means when the new contract for the .COM registry comes up for renewal in 2012, it won’t be put out for bid – like the .NET contract was in 2005 – instead it will simply renew in VeriSign's favor. ... Not only will the .COM registry contract never again…